Death of Sir David Amess: what the new age of low-cost, lone-actor terrorism means for UK national security

By Eray Arda Akartuna AML, Blockchain & Cyber Analyst For a second time in five years, a UK Member of Parliament has been stabbed to death in an incident of terrorism or far-right extremism (some would legitimately argue that they are one and the same). Sir David Amess, the Conservative MP for Southend West forContinue reading “Death of Sir David Amess: what the new age of low-cost, lone-actor terrorism means for UK national security”

How can Game Theory help understand post-Brexit UK-US trade negotiations?

By Paul-Henri Minet* Guest Contributor¬† Since the launch of official trade negotiations between the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US) in May 2020[1], the trade position of these two countries has significantly evolved. The reality of Brexit and the election of President Joe Biden are turning points which undoubtedly have an impact onContinue reading “How can Game Theory help understand post-Brexit UK-US trade negotiations?”